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Radiohead's "Creep," Biz Markie's "Just a Friend" and Mumford & Sons' "I Will Wait" are given mariachi and norteño makeovers in Fox's animated......

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Started from the bottom and now Drake's hosting the ESPYs. Drake put his considerable charisma on display Wednesday night when he took to......

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Elaine Stritch, the tough and salty broad whose throaty singing voice and torrid Broadway performances made a New York legend, died on Thursday at......

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Shakira's fans have helped the singer gain a new achievement. She is the first person to ever reach 100 million likes on Facebook. The record-......

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Following recent cancellations by Neil Young & Crazy Horse and Paul Anka, now the Backstreet Boys are officially calling off their end of July......

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CBS Local Media has acquired Eventful, Inc., a San Diego-based digital media company that provides demand-based platforms for live, digital and......

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David Bowie's duet with Bing Crosby on the entertainer's 1977 Christmas television special left an indelible impression on Crosby's teenage children......

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A homeless man in New York has reportedly been arrested for stalking and harassing Rihanna by hand-delivering several letters to the pop star's......

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Filmmakers and stars of the new James Brown movie have given the soul singer's hometown a first look at their finished work. Mick Jagger &......

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Before the Shins, there was Flake Music. No, it's not a great name for a band by any stretch of the imagination, but don't let that throw you. Their......

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She's coming at you like a dark horse: So far, Katy Perry tops the list of most played music videos for 2014, YouTube announced July 29. The music......

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New York-based DJ and electronic music producer Jeffrey Tonnesen has died unexpected at the age of 35. Tonnesen was a familiar face behind the decks......

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When the stage goes quiet at the close of any summer music festival, there comes a new kind of chorus known to anyone who's tromped back to a......

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"I wish I had stretched" is not your typical comment during a backstage interview, but that's what you get when you challenge a band like Grouplove......

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Federal safety officials have cited the production company formed to make a film about rock singer Gregg Allman for exposing its workers to grave......

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Pandora is hitting home with Hispanics. According to ComScore, 25 percent of the Internet radio provider's 76.4 million monthly unique visitors are......

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After captivating a generation thirsty to be moved -- and a healthy portion of the music industry -- in less than a year, Raury releases his digital......

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The Electric Zoo festival on Randall's Island in New York has been cut short on its final day and fans are being evacuated due to extreme weather......

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It's a K-Town thing. Bonding over their shared experiences as first-generation Korean-Americans, Los Angeles artists TOKiMONSTA and Far East Movement......

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Jimmy Fallon and will.i.am will never live this one down. The TV talk-show maestro has teamed-up with the uber-producer for "Ew!", a......

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Dan Chartoff has been appointed vice president A&R of RCA Records, where he'll be responsible for signing and developing new artists, the label......

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On Oct. 17, Foo Fighters fans got their first taste of the band's HBO documentary series Sonic Highways, which follows the creation of their new......

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